SCR Supervision software

Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition system (SCADA)

The SCR supervision software can be adapted to any type of installation.
As it is optimized for heat treatment applications, it can manage a complete workshop, composed of a host of installations such as special machines, washing machines and industrial furnaces

Client-Server type architecture (multi-station)

MySQL Databases

ERP ready

Operation on PC under Windows 10/11

Documents

LATEST supervision project

Supervision and production management of a MEAPFORNI heat treatment line equipped with a JOEST loading system, two ILVET washing machines, a tempering furnace (6 zones), an oil tank, and a tempering furnace (7 zones).

Installation of the SCR supervision software (in client mode) on a touch pad to facilitate maintenance operations on the line.

SCADA Supervision software in client mode on a touch pad

Supervision and production management of a complete SAFED-AICHELIN heat treatment line including the new “Load Tracker” function which allows to visualize the position of the loads at a precise moment.

Supervising and managing the production of an ECOCLEAN washing machine.

Monitoring production and traceability of the batches of parts and recording all process parameters.

Supervision a parts cleaning machine
Supervising a continuous heat treatment line

Supervising and managing the production of a MEAPFORNI heat treatment line equipped in order, with a SKAKO loading system, a tempering furnace, an oil bath, a washing machine and a tempering furnace followed by an emulsion bath.

Production monitoring can be carried out directly on the installation or remotely via a remote computer.

All data and history are backed up daily and automatically on a remote server.

Viewing an interactive gas diagram on the supervision of a nitriding pit furnace at Bodycote.

This supervision was carried out during a complete retrofit of the installation which includes a Datanit probe for measuring and regulating the nitriding atmosphere to aeronautical standards, as well as an incinerator (cracker) used to eliminate the emissions from the furnace exit gases.

Supervising a nitriding pit furnace